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Jan 11, 2013 11:00pm PST
and struggle of people in trouble and this one was stomach cal and so imagine if it had all of that kind of, you know, social conscience and neorealistic exploration but also this sense of really the only word i have is magic, and it went -- it kind of invented this world and got so wonderfully inside the consciousness of this child, it remind med of the first time i ever read huckleberry finn, just the child's perception assort of wise and also innocent and organizing how the world looks and how it might be and how you want it to be and taking terrible tragedy and deprivation and disaster and turning it into something that was joyful and just it blew my mind, i have seen it a bunch of times and -- it doesn't lose anything. >> rose: how many times. >> four or five. >> can i -- >> on the wild. >> i know there are other critics and viewers who agree with in, i felt all of that trying to happen and trying to do all of that and i admirethe utopian vision that brought it it about and the actors helped build the set and the story creation is great but i found it so shapeless and bludgeoned by the
Jan 10, 2013 3:00am EST
some questions about what drone attacks are. it is cal is ma bin laden. did torture play a role in finding osama bin laden and killing him. >> yes, it did. it played a role, it didn't play a key role but definitely speaking specifically, the fact that there was this fellow called ahmed from kuwait surfaced in a number of the early coercive interrogations. at the time the interrogators and the c.i.a. didn't know who that was in particular so i would have to say the most important piece of information, and i don't know how we obtained it exactly was connecting that from kuwait to a real person ahmed. that was really the key. so i think those who argue that the hunt for bin laden really gained traction when we attach that name to a person can argue i think fairly that from that point and including that point there was no torture involved. but the fact that we were interested in this ahmed came from a number of interviews that are actually fairly notorious. >> rose: peter same question. >> well look, the senate intelligence committee has spent three years investigating this questio
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